For nearly 25 years he has been a feature of Norwich’s restaurant scene. But now Umberto Iannello is calling it a day with plans to put his feet up and to travel – including a trip to see his daughter… Continue Reading →
Running and taking in the splendours of Norwich’s medieval churches is not something, you suspect, most people would normally consider doing at the same time. But for Adrian Galvin it is a combination which he hopes will be attractive to… Continue Reading →
It is my new toy. A lot of people swear by running apps and I used to track my runs using a Strava app which would give instant updates of how far I’d been etc – much to the annoyance… Continue Reading →
When Suze Sharman heads to Catton parkrun on December 10, she is hoping it will be a special Saturday for 1000 different reasons. The 33-year-old from Norwich is one of 40 people nationwide selected to be a Tribe Freedom Run… Continue Reading →
By Shaun Lowthorpe Title picture by Raymond Taylor (www.GentlemanPhotographer.co.uk) Simon Wright pulled off a stunning victory in the General Election of 2010 to seize the Norwich South seat for the Liberal Democrats from Charles Clarke by 310 votes. But five… Continue Reading →
I like to wear a hat when I run – not least because I am ‘follicularly challenged’. So for training runs and the Edinburgh Marathon I wore a Norwich City cap. This had a number of side-effects.
They say you turn into your parents eventually.But if that’s the case, my transformation is a pretty circuitous route – my dad preferred darts to running, five pints instead of 5ks, the Sun on Sunday instead of the Sunday Times…… Continue Reading →
If you like to mix your running training with some cycling be warned – thieves are waiting to get their hands on your bike. In fact, they probably are whether you run or not. But now, if you are lucky,… Continue Reading →